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Kauai Secondary School visits Haller Park, Mombasa. The school emerged the winner of the GIC Phase I tree planting competition.
Kaewa Secondary School students enjoy feeding giraffes at Haller Park, Mombasa.

Kaewa Secondary School students enjoy feeding giraffes at Haller Park, Mombasa. The GIC pilot project winners enjoyed a 3-day educational trip to the coast.

Thirty students and teachers from St. Martin Kaewa Secondary School, Masinga were treated to a memorable educational tour of Mombasa as a reward for emerging the overall winners of the Phase 1 of the Green Initiative Challenge, (GIC) that was concluded at the end of last year.

The three-day trip was courtesy of Bamburi Cement Ltd, one of the KenGen Foundation partners in the GIC Phase 2 program.

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It was a befitting reward to the school, which had earlier on received numerous awards during the conclusion of the GIC Phase I including a 20,000 Littre water tank, a Ksh. 40,000 cash prize, and certificates. The school recorded the highest survival rate of seedlings and excelled in use of innovation in growing an impressive small forest and a woodlot in their school compound, beating over 80 schools participating in the competition.

The students and their minders were accommodated at Milele Beach Complex, a unique non- smoking, and non- alcoholic hospitality establishment along the white sands of Bamburi Beach.

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